Contemporary Romance

Left By Shyla Colt

By Shyla Colt
Genre: Interracial Contemporary Romance
Deserted on his wedding day and left to raise
triplets alone, Houston Maloney leaves his heart behind at the altar. Focused
on his car restoration business and his three little ones, he’s made it through
the terrible twos, and tougher threes with the help of Godmother extraordinaire,
Liv Cole. 

When his fiancée Rain ran off with Liv’s
boyfriend, Anthony, the two find themselves equally betrayed. While dealing
with the aftermath, they form a strong bond. 
When a fire forces the feisty, independent, Liv
to seek shelter in the Maloney home, the best friends begin to see what’s right
in front of them. The passion flows naturally but their progression is hindered
by past scars. 

Can they recover from loss and heartache to try
again for love? 

Shyla Colt is the sassy international bestseller
of the popular series Kings of Chaos and Dueling Devils M.C. This genre-hoppers
stories feature three of her favorite things: strong females, pop culture, and
alternate routes to happy ever after. Listening to her Romani soul, she pens
from the heart, allowing the dynamic characters, eccentric interests, and
travels as a former flight attendant to take her down untraveled roads. 

Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, this
mid-west girl is proud of her roots. She used her hometown and the surrounding
areas as a backdrop for a number of books. So, if you’re a Buckeye, keep an eye
out for familiar places. 
As a full-time writer, stay at home mother, and
wife, there’s never a dull moment in her household.

She weaves her tales in spare moments and the
evenings with a cup of coffee or tea at her side and the characters in her head
for company.

You can interact with Shyla Colt online via her
website on, 



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